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Fresh update on "louisville kentucky" discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:41 min | 41 min ago

Fresh update on "louisville kentucky" discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

"The Dow closes the week down, 244 points off on the day s and P off. 37 in the NASDAQ Down 117. Now let's get more. Here's Jim Chest US steal this morning said it expects a profit of $100 million for the current quarter. That is better than what analysts had generally expected. Some predicted a loss and would compare favorably to a year ago. Adjusted loss of 164 make that $264 million. The Pittsburgh based steelmaker said market conditions have improved over the last month and a half and that customer demand has picked up Papa John's is looking for a new home in Georgia. The pizza chain founded 36 years ago in Louisville. Kentucky, says it has decided to move its global headquarters to Atlanta and hopes to pick out a specific location before year's end. While most of Papa John's operations will be there, it's legal teams. Remain in Louisville. That's your money. Now. Today is the 50th anniversary of the death of a Seattle icon will tell you who it is Next camo news. The wildfires, unhealthy air quality and covert 19 Continue. Stay tuned. Comeau news for breaking news as it happens, 24 7 stay connected. Stay informed. Cuomo News 1000 FM 97 7 Attention SS I and other federal benefit recipients. If you did not file a tax return last year and have Children under 17,.

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Police in Illinois link body parts found in suitcases near Chicago to Louisville murder

AM Tampa Bay

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

Police in Illinois link body parts found in suitcases near Chicago to Louisville murder

"Body parts were found inside a suitcase. Police in Illinois say. 30 year old Melvin Martin Jr is jailed after relatives he was visiting in the Chicago suburb of Markham discovered dismembered remains of a woman in luggage he had brought with him from Louisville, Kentucky. The lower half remains. Was transported here. Way also have a human hit and some mornings. Markham police chief Terry White says other body parts were found Wednesday in a Louisville Park. Investigators say the body had been dismembered a month ago, and the woman's death was the result of a domestic assault. Rich Dennison.

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Fresh update on "louisville kentucky" discussed on America's First News

America's First News

01:42 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "louisville kentucky" discussed on America's First News

"The bar, also saying the state home orders quote is like house arrest other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint. It's the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history was Widely criticized for comparing the corona virus restrictions, too. Slavery. Federal prosecutors have brought new wire fraud charges against two associates of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who previously had been accused of using foreign money to make illegal campaign contributions to US politicians. Prosecutors say left Parness and David Korea were charged Thursday with conspiracy to commit wire fraud as part of an alleged bid to raise funds for a business called fraud guarantee. Superseding indictment also charged them with additional campaign finance violations. A man accused of opening fire earlier this week on a security officer outside the federal courthouse in Phoenix has agreed to remain jailed on assault weapons charges. James Car made his first court appearance Thursday since his arrest, he didn't seek to be released that we still has the option of doing so later in the case, his attorney said. Cars having problems with hallucinations, hallucinations and I should be examined by a psychiatrist. Authorities say car struck the officer with one gunshot, but the officer was wearing a bulletproof vest car hasn't yet entered a plea to those charges. In other news this morning here on a FN judge in Philadelphia, dismissing a lawsuit filed over the 2017 fire at London's Grand Ful tower that blaze killed 72 people. This week's ruling said it would be more efficient to try the case in England now. The lawsuit argued that faulty building materials made here in the U. S. Turned the high rise into a quote flaming coffin. The 2017 blaze started in a refrigerator and raced up the side of the 24 story building. Plaintiffs may consider it appeal. The suit was filed last year against Michigan based world Pool in Pennsylvania based makers of cladding and Insulation. And Papa John's has announced plans to move its global headquarters from Louisville, Kentucky Toe yet to be determined location in metro Atlanta will bring 200 jobs to the area of the new headquarters and associated organizational changes are expected to be completed next summer. Now. That move comes as the company charts a new strategic course after fallout that with its founder, John Schnatter, and its stock price, it's rising amid growing demand brought on by Changes in consumer behavior during the Corona virus pandemic. Those changes in behavior, folks, We're all sitting at home doing nothing..

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How Police Misconduct Affects Cities and Taxpayers Financially

All Things Considered

04:56 min | 2 d ago

How Police Misconduct Affects Cities and Taxpayers Financially

"For months. Protests over the police involved killings of Briana Taylor, George Floyd and others reinvigorated an intense debate over policing. Then the mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, announced the city would pay $12 million to Briana Taylor's family and institute. A number of police reforms that highlighted an aspect less discussed the financial impact of police misconduct on cities and taxpayers. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports. City's Khun face hundreds of lawsuits every year, charging, among other things, that police used excessive or deadly force or made a false arrest. Many times. Details of settlements are hidden behind confidentiality agreements. Law professor Joanna Schwartz studies how jurisdictions budget and pay for police legal expenses, she says. Although payouts Khun Total in the millions more often there in the thousands of dollars range and with an important determining factor, the number of cases filed and the number of dollars that are paid to resolve cases. Depends very much on where in the country you live claims against Big City Police Department's cost taxpayers about $300 million last year. One of the arguments in the ongoing protests over policing is that money for police could be better spent elsewhere and the clash between protesters and police following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Means Minneapolis and other cities could face a myriad of legal cost. In Chicago. Several groups work to resolve cases of people who have been wrongfully convicted. Two years ago, a federal jury awarded $17 million to Jack Rivera and was considered one of the largest police misconduct settlements in the city's history. I say that was kidnapped by the Chicago police, Roger Li. 55 years old. Now Rivera spent 21 years in prison for a murder. He did not commit framed, he says, by a now retired Chicago gang crimes. Detective Rivera is one of at least 20 who have been exonerated in cases where that detective lead the investigations. They set out to rob You convict me for whatever reasons why Rather, it was just a con the community that they got the perpetrator. Or whatever it may be. It's still not right because taxpayers have to pay for it. Victim's family have to relive this all over again what they think it's closed, and it's just painful for everybody. Over the past decade, Chicago has paid about a half billion dollars for police misconduct. Rivera attorney Locke Bowman is the head of the MacArthur Justice Center at Northwestern Law School, he says in cases where misconduct is clear, said he's often continue to fight against the allegations for months, sometimes years, and that could mean a hefty price tag for taxpayers. The decision to settle a case like that early ends up saving money for attorney's fees. And can result in Ah lower settlement before everybody gets dug in, and the price of the case goes up insurance policies and local budgets usually pay for judgments and claims. Jurisdictions hurting for cash may borrow issuing bonds to spread out payment, add bank fees and interest to investors. And those cost pile up with taxpayer's footing. The bill for police misconduct and as covert 19 devastates budgets nationwide. That could be a more frequent scenario. Chicago City Council Finance Committee Chairman Scott Waguespack says the city is working to break that expensive pattern and concentrating on police reforms so that we're not just saying, Okay, here's another settlement and good job negotiating it and move on, but really look at the deep seated issues within the department to start rooting out those problems. Activists argue tying police misconduct cost to police budgets could help prevent police wrongdoing as well as making police officers especially repeat offenders financially accountable. Currently so called qualified immunity rules shield officers from those costs that's changed in Colorado State representative Leslie Hair. It was the force behind the state's decision to drop its qualified immunity provisions. A new law requires officers guilty of wrongdoing to pay up to $25,000 and that if they were found to have acted in bad faith, violating someone's right, possibly ending in death. That they actually had to be held person responsible, just like anyone else who violated their policies and their obligations at their work with the law also allows officers to purchase liability insurance. Other jurisdictions looking to reduce police related lawsuits may follow that hybrid model of splitting settlement costs between cities and individual officers that just as victims or the families of people injured or killed by police misconduct. Continue to seek Justice. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS Chicago

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Fresh update on "louisville kentucky" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:37 sec | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "louisville kentucky" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Your News now continues nearly ninety people were arrested and now face charges after refusing to disperse a protest demanding justice for Briana Taylor a twenty, six year old black woman who was shot to death in her home by Louisville police that ended on the lawn of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Demonstrators now face one to five years in prison if convicted on felony charges under Kentucky Law. By, all accounts, the protest was peaceful. One hundred community members gathered near Ballard High School in Louisville Kentucky and began marching to the conservative attorney general's home according to a report from WWL Ky... The Mind Unleash your boards community members were marching to demand that officials charts three Louisville officers who shot tailored to daft in March while executing eight.

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:52 min | 2 d ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Louisville, Kentucky has reached a $12 million settlement with the family of Briana Taylor, the 26 year old black woman shot and killed by police while they were serving a note knock, search warrant or death has ignited a movement in Louisville and the nation. For racial justice, sending thousands into our streets and cities all across the country and the world. All crying out for justice for B'eianna Mayor Greg Fisher. The calls remain from Taylor's mother and others. You're criminally charged. The officers. The head of the World Health Organization, says school closures due to the pandemic should be a last resort and only applied in places with high levels of transmission. And he says, the more kids are out of school, the less likely they are to return in many places. A new survey finds the reputation of the U. S and parts of the world is at an all time low. America's international image continues to fall, according to the Pew Research Center. Positive views of the US in many countries have hit new lows since you started pulling on the topic nearly two decades ago. Favorable opinions of decline since President Trump took office, But researchers found their down even further over US handling of the pandemic response. Even among allies numbers are down in the U. K 41% had a positive view. The U. S. Germany 26%. In fact, South Korea was the on Ly, one of 13 countries surveyed where majority 59% had a favorable opinion of America. Lillian Woo Fox News, the World Trade Organization has ruled the Trump Administration's tariffs on Chinese goods worth more than $200 billion are illegal. The decision marks the first time and the W T O has ruled against a series of Paris. That the Trump administration has imposed on the number of countries. The ruling could allow China to impose retaliatory Tavis tariffs. The U. S can appeal, though the appeals process has been blocked by Washington's refusal.

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 2 d ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on AP News

"Under investigation. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News I'm to McGuire a settlement has been reached between the city of Louisville and Briana Taylor's family. For those who knew her. Brianna's death is personal. Pain is visceral. And the loss ever more devastating. Mayor Greg Fisher says it includes $12 Million and police reforms after Taylor was shot and killed by police have burst into her apartment at night. Family attorney ll. Anita Baker says the reforms were the key part of the negotiations. It's important for her family that they minimise the risk of what happened to Brianna Taylor. Happening to any other family in Louisville, Kentucky. President Trump calls it the dawn of a new Middle East. Maybe Sakuma gotten reports on the signing of an agreement between Israel and two Persian Gulf nations were here this afternoon to change the course of history. At the White House. The president hailed deals normalizing relations between ball rain, the United Arab Emirates and Benjamin Netanyahu's Jewish state. It heralds A new dawn of peace, echoing the words of the president to is looking to cast himself as a peacemaker weeks before the election. The agreements could lead to a major shift in the Middle East, if other Arab nations like Saudi Arabia follow suit, But the deal's do not address Israel's conflict with Palestinians who rejected them as stabs in the back by fellow Arabs. Soccer Megane Washington Federal security officer has been wounded in a drive by shooting in front of the federal courthouse in Phoenix. Police say they're looking for a silver sedan. The officer is expected to recover over the weekend to Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies were critically wounded in an ambush that gunman remains at large. Major league baseball says the world Siri's will be played in a bubble, a Texas New Globe Life Park. Playoff series will be played at four separate locations to minimise exposure to the Corona virus. This is.

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Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:26 sec | 2 d ago

Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police

"Of Louisville, Kentucky, has agreed to a wrongful death lawsuit settlement rather with the family of Rianna Taylor. It's included a $12 million payment and police reformed. Attorney Lee Anita Baker represents the Taylor family Financial settlement was not negotiable without significant police reform, and that's what we were able to do today. Taylor in the empty worker was killed by police officers acting on a no knock search warrant on March 13th You're listening to ABC

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Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:24 sec | 2 d ago

Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police

"Louisville, Kentucky Mayor Greg Fisher says the city has agreed to a settlement with the family of Briana Taylor that includes a $12 million payments and police reforms. Taylor was shot and killed on March 13th by police serving a no knock narcotics warrant at her home. Police found no drugs at the home. The lawsuit accused three Louisville police officers of blind Firing into Taylor's apartment the night of the March raid, hitting Taylor several

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Louisville reaches $12M settlement with Breonna Taylor's family

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:17 sec | 3 d ago

Louisville reaches $12M settlement with Breonna Taylor's family

"Imagined New development. In the story of a black woman who was shot and killed by police. Six months ago. CBS is Jim Krystle, the family of Briana Taylor will receive quote a significant dollar amount in a legal settlement with the city of Louisville, Kentucky. The 26 year old woman was fatally shot by police

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Breonna Taylor's family 'agree financial settlement' over death

Glenn Beck

00:37 sec | 3 d ago

Breonna Taylor's family 'agree financial settlement' over death

"After after Briana Briana Taylor Taylor was was fatally fatally shot shot by by police police in in Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, Kentucky, there there appears appears to to be be a a significant significant settlement settlement for for her her family. family. There There are are still still no no criminal criminal charges charges filed filed against against the the three three Louisville Louisville Metro Metro police police officers officers who who opened opened fire fire into into the the home home of of Briana Briana Taylor Taylor is is they they executed executed and and no no knock knock search search warrant. warrant. But But there there are are reports reports Taylor's Taylor's family family has has reached reached the the largest largest ever ever settlement settlement with with the the city city of of Louisville. Louisville. The The financial financial terms terms are are not not being being disclosed, disclosed, but but the the deal deal reportedly reportedly also also includes includes police police reforms reforms like like requiring requiring commanders commanders to to approve approve all all search search warrants warrants before before going going to to a a judge judge and and providing providing housing housing credits credits to to officers officers who who agree agree to to live live in in the the city. city. An An official official announcements announcements expected expected to to come come this this afternoon. afternoon. Ryan Ryan Burrow Burrow ABC ABC news news Western Western

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Is Trump right about cause of US wildfires?

KYW 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Is Trump right about cause of US wildfires?

"On poor forest management. During a wildfire briefing north of Sacramento. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy reports. The president brushed off climate change concerns. Climate change. Israel, California Governor Gavin Newsom said he agreed with the president on the need to better manage forests. But he urged Mr Trump to not ignore the warming planet, please. Respect, and I know you do. The difference of opinion out here as it relates to this fundamental issue on the issue of climate change, absolutely appreciate that moments later, when the president said it would start getting cooler, a top state official interjected. I wish science agreed. You don't think Sands knows Actually, Steven Portnoy. CBS NEWS The city of Louisville, Kentucky, has settled a wrongful death lawsuit with a family of

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Black woman to lead police force reeling from Breonna Taylor

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Black woman to lead police force reeling from Breonna Taylor

"The Kentucky police department involved in the fatal shooting of Brianna Taylor will now be headed up by a black woman the mayor of Louisville Kentucky's announced that a retired metro police commander is returning to become the new interim chief as the city reels with more than a hundred days of protest over the botched police raid that led to the fatal shooting of medical worker Brianna Taylor inside her apartment former deputy chief event gentry becomes the first woman to serve as chief and the third African American to hold the post local media report gentry retired in twenty fourteen the former chief was fired and his successor has announced he's retiring I'm Jackie Quinn

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Protest groups clash outside of Kentucky Derby

Glenn Beck

00:46 sec | Last week

Protest groups clash outside of Kentucky Derby

"Protesters were allowed but peaceful in Louisville, Kentucky, Saturday outside of Churchill Downs side of the pandemic delayed Kentucky Derby. Fiances. Griff Jenkins was there We took to Neil. He's from Louisville. Here is what he had to say. We're not represented and they don't want to meet with us. They don't want to talk to us. They won't discuss anything. You look looking. You have fences going on around. You have barricades, Army going National guards. They were not looking to fight you. We don't have guns on us. Earlier in the day, a group of counter protestors led by gentlemen called himself angry Viking who's protesting what he said was respecting the constitutional rights of all Americans. They were Armed, but it was peaceful in the race itself Authentic cross the finish line first at the Kentucky Derby, held without Spectators. Besting favorite is the law.

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Breonna Taylor's boyfriend files lawsuit over his arrest the night she was killed by police

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Breonna Taylor's boyfriend files lawsuit over his arrest the night she was killed by police

"Boyfriend of Briana Taylor. On lawsuit today against the city of Louisville, Kentucky, and several Louisville police Officer Walker was the one with Taylor the night police busted in with a raid on our home back in March, shooting her a number of times and killing her. My life changed forever. In the early morning of March, 13. I was laying in bed with Briana around midnight watching a movie. All of a sudden someone started beating on the door. Refused. And so when we here who is it? 15. Minutes later, Briana was was dead dead from from a a hell hell of of police police gunfire gunfire and and I I was was in in police police custody. custody. The The police police arrested, arrested, jailed jailed and and charged charged me me with with murder murder of of a a police police officer. officer. Walker Walker says. Police did not I d themselves when they came into the home and says he fired a shot because he thought they were intruders. Walker argues in his lawsuit that he should've been immune from criminal prosecution under Kentucky's stand Your ground law.

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The University of Utah, Jack Daniel's Whiskey, and Carnival Cruise Lines Hit in Ransomware Attacks

Security Now

08:01 min | 3 weeks ago

The University of Utah, Jack Daniel's Whiskey, and Carnival Cruise Lines Hit in Ransomware Attacks

"Do the University of UTAH? Jack. Daniels. Whiskey. And Carnival cruise lines all have in common. Well Friday last last Friday. The University of Utah revealed that it had paid a ransomware gang four, hundred and fifty seven dollars. And fifty nine cents. Four, hundred, Fifty, seven, thousand. Yes I got that would have been. Four hundred and fifty, seven, thousand dollars and fifty, nine, hundred, and fifty thousand. Fifty nine dollars. which sort of begs the question or they get that number? Now that I finally got it out correctly, it's probably bitcoin. Nine dollars like half a million bucks. It's like the Bitcoin version thing they probably would. Yes somewhere. BITCOIN that turned out to be that. And what's interesting is that was not to obtain the decryption key for their files. They didn't need it because it turns out that very few of their files were encrypted but rather her and Leo I know this goes to you know the thing that were you just kind of like. Grit your teeth to purchase the promise. From the extortionists. That the student information that had been exfiltrated beforehand while. Yeah that's not be publicly released your Seymour. One this is big. Yeah. Yeah. They're they're they're just they're hoping that the there is honor among thieves and that these guys will keep their word in senators. Word is that if if you want others to pay you yes. That's it. Exactly. If, of course, ransomware gangs or not all the same but and didn't we hear no, it wasn't It was cannon that had some information leaked last week that we reported on and so so Lawrence over at bleeping computer has said that you know they assumed since the jetsons cannon got themselves back up relatively quickly that they had paid the ransom. But now since the extortionists in that instance were leaking the information, maybe cannon had restored from backups and said, Nah, we're not paying your stinking ransom and the bad guy said. Here comes your You know your your private corporate next decade plans for the future. How do you? How do you want that? How how do you feel about that being leaked? Anyway. So the in this case University of Utah explained. That it had dodged a major ransomware incident and that the attackers managed to encrypt only zero point zero, two percent. Of the data stored on their servers. And the university staff was easily able to restore that from backups. However, the ransomware group then threatened to release student related data see they had obtained and exfiltrated. So, the university said after careful consideration, the university decided to work with its cyber insurance provider to pay a fee to the ransomware attacker. This was done as a proactive and preventative steps to ensure information was not released on the Internet and again to the extent that such. Can Be ensured. The Cyber Insurance policy pay part of the ransom, and the university covered the remainder no tuition grant donation state or tax payer funds were used to pay the ransom thought that was an interesting explicit statement that they made. They said, the university disclosed that the attack took place a little over a month ago on July nineteenth twenty twenty and the network belonging to the Collar College of social and behavioral science was the victim. So Apparently A. A you know as a sub set of the. Entire Larger University. was where the break in occurred and there must have been some isolation there. So anyway, that is one of the three and presumably they were able to negotiate a cheaper payment in order to you know because they hit the bad guys hadn't managed to get. The bulk of the of the university stuff. But you know they did pay for they promised to not share student data, and as you said Leo, the reason that would be honored as well as you know, nearly half a million dollars. And they want to do. Yeah exactly. You got to build your credibility. Exactly And two other large and notable recent ransomware victims were Brown forman famous for their distillation of Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey. And Carnival cruises. The Jack Daniels folks said are quick actions upon discovering the attack prevented our systems from being encrypted. Unfortunately again, we believe some information including employee data was impacted. We are working closely with law enforcement as well as world class third party data security experts to mitigate and resolve this situation. As soon as possible, there are no active negotiations so. In that. So that says it sorta sounds like. Oh, in fact, a that statement from Brown forman came after Bloomberg News reported that it had received an anonymous tip of the ransomware attack a site on the dark web claiming to be run by members of the reveal strain. A ransomware says that it had obtained a terabyte of data from the Louisville Kentucky based. Brown. Foreman the site said that stolen data included contracts financial. Statements Credit Histories and internal correspondence of employees also included were screen shots of file structures documents purportedly taken during the heist. So does look like the pattern we're seeing now is because you know major companies that have the deep pockets who also have the pocket depth to now proactively backup their servers well. So it's possible for the for if if the only thing done was encryption. A golden opportunity to extract a ransom could be thwarted if the if the good guys have backups at. So now what's being done is That data pre encryption is being exfiltrated and stored somewhere. Then the data is encrypted and so we have you know we're we're we're increasingly seeing this two part attack exfiltration that the company desperately does not want to be made public. In case they have backups in which case, they would not otherwise need to pay the extortion. So you know it's not really ransomware as much as it is. Okay. We got copies of all your stuff. Shall we share it with the world? PLANO blackmail.

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Breonna Taylor's mother: I'm trying to be patient

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Breonna Taylor's mother: I'm trying to be patient

"Brianna Taylor's mother is hoping to hear soon if officers in Louisville Kentucky involved in Taylor's death will be charged to make a Palmer says she is trying to be patient every day still March the thirteenth that's the day police carrying a warrant burst into Taylor's home and shot her Pomerance civil rights attorney Ben Crump met with Kentucky's Attorney General Daniel Cameron she says this is much more than just Brianna Taylor and black lives matter it's about bridging the gaps between us and the police Palmer says the Attorney General told her he doesn't want to rush for me I'm trying to to accept that and be patient with that because I definitely want him to come out with the right answer I'm a Donahue

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Breonna Taylor's mother: I'm trying to be patient

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Breonna Taylor's mother: I'm trying to be patient

"Brianna Taylor's mother is hoping to hear soon if officers in Louisville Kentucky involved in Taylor's death will be charged to make a Palmer says she is trying to be patient every day still March the thirteenth that's the day police carrying a warrant burst into Taylor's home and shot her Pomerance civil rights attorney Ben Crump met with Kentucky's Attorney General Daniel Cameron she says this is much more than just Brianna Taylor and black lives matter it's about bridging the gaps between us and the police Palmer says the Attorney General told her he doesn't want to rush for me I'm trying to to accept that and be patient with that because I definitely want him to come out with the right answer I'm a Donahue

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Protests continue in Louisville, KY over death of Breonna Taylor

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | Last month

Protests continue in Louisville, KY over death of Breonna Taylor

"Louisville, Kentucky, Saturday night over the police shooting death of Briana Taylor. Leading to 12 arrests. Demonstrators want roadway surrounded vehicles and said trash cans on fire. The demanding officers be charged in Taylor's death for serving a no knock warrant. Our home opening fire is a boyfriend fired, too. Protect them both. This is ABC

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Louisville Protests For Racial Justice Continue

Morning Edition

00:14 sec | Last month

Louisville Protests For Racial Justice Continue

"After the fatal police shooting of Briana Taylor. Protest for racial justice Continue in Louisville, Kentucky. We first immediately want to know that those officers immediately are fired and arrested and prosecuted.

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Washington, DC - Montgomery County officials approve policy on limiting police use of force, no-knock warrants

Larry O'Connor

04:55 min | Last month

Washington, DC - Montgomery County officials approve policy on limiting police use of force, no-knock warrants

"Year, there were 140 search warrants executed by police in Montgomery County, Maryland. Of those 140 search warrants, 108 of them were referred to as No knock warrant, which means that usually SWAT team members go in without notice because there is I'm concerned that there will be ah potential violent situation. History of illegal weapons in the home or domicile that the police are are entering under that warrant, and therefore they have to have that element of surprise. Now, in the last 40 years in Montgomery County, there have been only three incidents of a no knock warrant that have involved his shooting. Three in the last 40 years. But because of the tragic killing of Briana Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky. The elected officials, known as the Montgomery County Council decided to eliminate no knock warrants yesterday from the tactics and procedures that the Montgomery County police can employ in executing their job. It makes no sense to anyone who understands law enforcement and we need to talk about it. Lee Holland is the corporate vice president of the Fraternal Order of Police. Large 35 which represents cops in Montgomery County, Mr Holland. That's just one thing that they did yesterday. But I want to start there. What am I missing here? What is what happened to Brianna Taylor have to do it all with your cops in Montgomery County. I'm not exactly sure what Louisville has to do with the officers in Montgomery County. That's kind of same thing nationwide. The issues that happen nationwide eyes being brought into here through the council, as if it happens here, McDermott County and here in the Greek army We have a great police force. The men and women here do a great job. But I don't understand what changes are needed because things were happening elsewhere. And in fact, as the Montgomery County Council, I contemplated these changes to police policy. Were you consulted where the members of the police force consulted? What voice did you have in figuring this out? So we are submitted letters, which were not put as part of the packet. I testified the one question when I was called up on to the zoom platform over collected barring piece, But besides that piece of legislation, we had no input. And was there any rationale in terms of what did the politicians here were they able to point to specific incidents that have occurred in Montgomery County that rationalized to change of policy? No, they didn't. They didn't point of specific instance in this county. In fact, there's been talk from some council members, saying there's a green racism within our police department, and there is no basis of facts on that. So I mean, what are you able to do here in terms of representing the cops of Montgomery County and ensuring that they have the tools that they have to have available to them to to do their job? Well, I think one is being on shows like yourself and the other media to let him know exactly what this bill does, because what this bill does is is Help or not help. I should say it. Hamstrings us from investigating crimes or stopping crimes right after they are committed, because now the way we had reasonable suspicion to stop somebody where crime we now need probable cause to detain somebody. To put our hands on somebody, and that creates a whole different standard that's going to let people walk away from from crimes. And I like Officer stopped. You issued a statement yesterday to the media about this, and I appreciate you joining us live here, Leigh Holland. You issued a statement that was highly critical of what the Montgomery County Council did will Jawando one of the council members, he said, this on Twitter, I'll read it to you says It's very unfortunate that at this critical moment in history, the Fraternal Order of Police doesn't recognise the importance of de escalation and living in the use of The force as last resort to protect the lives of residents and rebuild public trust. I'd love for you to respond to that, in terms of the idea of de escalation and limiting the use of deadly force is the last resort. First of all, isn't it already a last resort? Absolutely, And it's unfortunate that counts numbered. Wanda doesn't want a partner with us on really police reform. We always wanted be escalate as much as we can. But the escalation is a two way street. Outside of wants a deescalate, too, And we always want to use deadly force as a last resort. We want to create time and distance. We want to get back up there. We want to use the less lethal force as much as possible, but sometimes that just can't happen. Really police reform needs to be something that everybody wants. That's supported by the police officers and supported by the community, not just one side, and that's what you're trying to get here, which we started at the bottom. Are we training? How are we recruiting? These sorts of things, not how can we hold off a cannibal Hackney fire officers. We don't like what they do when

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O, the Oprah Magazine Features Breonna Taylor on Cover — Its First Without Oprah

Jason and Alexis

00:37 sec | Last month

O, the Oprah Magazine Features Breonna Taylor on Cover — Its First Without Oprah

"Cover of O magazine, she's always on the cover of her magazine for a Briana Taylor tributes. Very nice. Yeah, I just saw that cover is the first time that Oprah has ever given up the cover of her magazine. For the last 20 years. Oprah has been the cover subject of Oh, But she wrote in her column featuring Taylor, who was fatally shot by police in Louisville, Kentucky, on March 13th. And she said What I know for sure we can't be silent. We have to use whatever megaphone we have to cry for justice. And that is why Briana Taylor is on the cover. That magazine becoming digital on Ly at the end of the year. By the way, Young Elizabeth It's

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76 demonstrators arrested after shutting down Market Street as part of Breonna Taylor protests

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | Last month

76 demonstrators arrested after shutting down Market Street as part of Breonna Taylor protests

"Continues into the officer involved death of Rianna Taylor Her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, is bracing for another weekend of demonstrations and protests. Louisville police leaders say they have briefed federal agencies on the rally but have not asked for them to intervene. The city's city's metro metro police police major major Aubrey Aubrey Gregory, Gregory, says says he he has has now now heard heard from from several several groups groups who'd who'd tell tell him him they they do do not not plan plan any any violence. violence. This This point. point. I I have have no no expectations expectations based based off communications with him or any of the other groups have spoken that they're going to be any violence. They've all told me, that's not what they're coming. That's not their intention. Thousands of protesters were taken into custody after they marched through Louisville's knew Lou district yesterday afternoon. Police said Protesters were largely peaceful, but they did break the law when they set a barrels and other obstacles on market street to try and block off an area of the road for their ongoing demonstrations.

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This is from Louisville Kentucky testers are demonstrating over the killing of Brianna Taylor by police in Washington DC people are trying to take down racially insensitive monuments CBS local Killian protesters in the nation's capital Friday demanded the removal of the emancipation memorial depicting president Abraham Lincoln standing over a freed slave after crowds trying to take down a statue of president Andrew Jackson near the White House this week president trump issued an executive order it declares anyone who vandalized or destroyed the monument memorial or statute should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law using existing penalties of up to ten years in prison Princeton University just announced it will remove former president Woodrow Wilson's name from its public policy school dude was racist views this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today I've always wanted to learn another language but every time I try it never sticks so I decided to give babble a try and I really like the teaching method of the app I started with the beginner lesson on Babel and it starts with simple words and phrases and soon you're putting those words into a conversation each lesson takes about ten to fifteen minutes and they're all really different which keeps things interesting the app is a really smart it actually keeps track of the words I'm struggling with so I can practice them and get better I just babble because it was created by real language teachers they built it around real life how people actually communicate and what they care about I.

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"From the newsroom, George cells. Thank you so much for coming in and sharing a story because there was one in the news just recently down on Univision. There was a reporter that went down to interview their president. That was there shouldn't be there. Lot of controversy going on events wail right now. And what happened was the reporter was held in would not they wouldn't allow him to leave because he was asking some questions about you know, some of their citizens eating trash and just the terrible conditions down in Venezuela. And reminded me of a story, you told me last time we met which was how you were also held against your will as a reporter when you went up to Indiana to go report on something. Can you tell us that story? Yeah. It's one of those odd things you ask somebody questions that they don't like, usually they'll just politely your employees ask you to leave. But once in a while it gets a little bit uglier. I was working at W H A S TV in Louisville Kentucky at the time. And. There was a group called the American knights of the Ku Klux Klan that had shown up in our viewing area several times holding marches in the months prior to this happening. This is back in the late nineties now. And so we wanted to know why why do you keep coming here? What what is the point of doing this? And so we arranged to interview the imperial wizard of the American knights of the Ku Klux Klan guy named Jeff berry who now I can go back and look him up online and find a lot more about what he was like in probably should have known better getting. They're going someplace where he was the host. But that was quite a drive from Louisville down to Auburn, Indiana. How many hours of five six five or six? Yeah. Yeah. It was something like that. So we made the arrangements to do this interview. It was going to be at his home in Auburn, Indiana. And part of the reason I wasn't terribly nervous about it was I had in the past done interviews. I had interviewed David Duke before I worked in the day. Interviewed David Duke in his living room one time. And you know, he is. Says despicable things in his despicable person. But he's not somebody you really scared of what you're sitting across from him. You didn't get violent vine. No, not at all. Not at all. Well, we pull it. We we pull up to Jeff Barry's place in his house may well have been a Hells Angels bar. That was probably the first sign of things to be nervous about. But we go inside we set up, and we started doing this interview and ask them the questions about why they were coming to Louisville in that area spending so much time there, and then we go into some things I had spoken to one of his former lieutenants who had found Jesus and said he wasn't a racist anymore. You've written a book, of course about it. And so we interviewed him, and he had some unkind things to say. And so I started asking Mr. berry some questions about this. And this was when he took exception. So you hit a sore spot. When that book came out, I struck a nerve there's no question about that. So we finished the interview it got very cold though. It was cold the whole time, but we finish the interview. And let me just let me set the scene. Real quick. Are you alone in the living room or is he like surrounded by bikers and things when you say he has a bunch of his? Friends in the room with him. Okay. In various parts, it's kind of a big room. So they're just hanging out. Probably five six other people in the room are they like sharpening knives and things. No, no. But they look like they hadn't been fed in a while. It was. Was a CD reluctant. Groom. Finish up the interview. And he looks over me. And he says the those questions you asked me were bull something we will say on family radio. And he goes, you're not leaving with those tapes. And I'm okay, I yeah, we're leaving. And we start to get our to pack our stuff up, and he motions to a couple of of his people and they start grabbing pieces of our equipment. Really one grabs a light. One grabs the wireless might one grabs an just whatever's loose, and what are you doing? You're just you're like what's going on? You know, when you're so shocked, you don't react. Yeah. That's what this was. So you weren't really trying to stop them at this point or anything eventually. Yes. But it was at this point. It was pretty much and so. This gets drawn out the basically, they take the stuff and a couple of the bigger guys get the two exits and they're standing by the door boy, and you're not leaving with those tapes. And I being the good journalists. I'm not going to give away my tapes for my notes. Yes, we are going to leave. And so we started talking, and I basically what I say to him is if you want to withdraw your permission for me to use this interview, I will not broadcast this interview. Yeah. This is I'm trying to think how we're gonna get the heck outta. Yeah. Exactly. And so. He wants to talk to my boss. So we get my news director on the show. So at this point, it feels like an ago, she -ation. Yeah. It really does and talks to her for a little bit. And we go round and round with this. And a couple of times tried to move toward the door and somebody physically like gets in the way because at this point. I don't even care about the equipment is. Yeah. Exactly. And. So but blocking the exit just went on for a solid forty five minutes how terrified at it's it's getting pretty unnerving. Did you feel like you're in physical harm or did you feel like they were just hassling you somewhere in the middle? Yeah. A little I was a little nervous about it. So you felt like if it were to escalate you would have been in trouble. Yeah. I didn't feel good about what for no other reason that the there were some big surly looking people in there that look like they've been in their share of bar fights. Now, I didn't really have any great desire to fight my way out and this was a really obscure isolated rural town, and this place wasn't even in Auburn proper. This was like the greater Auburn metro out of my, you know, a mile out of town down a road, and they have any weapons at that moment. No. But then I'll I'll tell you. How played out. He says tell he he says to somebody tell Mr White he needs to come here. And somebody goes off and makes a phone call. And so we get to this point that I think that we think he's gonna let us leave and we've got our stuff and we start for the door. And all of a sudden there's a knock on the door. He opens the door incomes a guy carrying a shotgun man with a hoodie up over his head pulled plans hoodie hooded sweatshirt sweatshirt. Okay. Pull up over his head. But pulled down because he's trying. He's trying to obstruct some of his face here paleface, and he walks in and he walks up to me and pumps the shotgun. And berry says he wants your tapes. Then proceeds to point the gone. Yeah. Well, this point all I was talking earlier about journalism, and you up your notes, it's amazing. How fast that all went out the window? When a guy was introduced into the stats like we're getting the heck out. So so how do a bunch of guys hanging around? They have no weapons. But then they got a call in reinforcements to the the enforcer to come in. And do you know, I don't even know what the situation was. I don't know if they I don't know of any of them were armed or not now, we'll never know at that point though. I was I was done. And the photographer is whether she wasn't interested in hanging around either of a woman photographer, so how was her demeanor through all of this? Oh, she was. She's a pro. Yeah. I mean, it was I mean, she was as upset as I was nervous and everything else. But you keep a poker face. And that's what I did my best to do. And she does. Well, how did a fine job of it? But at launch. Story short. We pop the tape. Give him the time. And we bolt now. No funny business, you we were just. We were done. I'm not switching the tape or anything. You're not going to try to do any. We actually we asked. We had tried to record. What was going on the one point? And and just let the camera rolling and somebody had noticed that it was rolling, and they they didn't get to bed. There's like he's got a she's got that camera going, you know, that sort of thing. But yeah, we go out, and we leave, and I know you're running short on time. She'll be rap through this. We leave we head straight for the sheriff's department. So we can file a report they bring in the state police detective from there who has been trying to get this guy nail this guy for a while. He takes a report and we take off. Yeah. Go back to Louisville and there's a long six hours. What just happened? And then it's crickets nothing. Yeah. And we're wondering what's going on well, for whatever reason maybe because it was an election year. And maybe there were enough people around that agreed with the clan in northeastern, Indiana, but the prosecutor wasn't gonna present he charges. Wow. It's their word against. He said it was all word against theirs. And there was no tape. They never found a tape. They went to look for the tape down. Sure. I'm sure shocker. Yeah. They really they can find any of our property and there no evidence. So he that's what he said. And that was gonna be the end of it. So we get contacted by the southern poverty Law Center. You know, if you're familiar with them. You hate groups and Morris Dees was still involved at the time and Richard Cohen who has since replaced warranties. When he retired is running the whole organization was actually the attorney who represented us, they they contacted us and asked if they could file a lawsuit on our behalf because the prosecutor wasn't going to do anything. So we'll try to break them in a different way. Try to break. The what was it on your behalf from the papers are the Knicks. Are you stay on our behalf is individuals. Oh, okay. And so they filed the suit in federal court long story short. Berry didn't respond to anything. And so basically the judge found in our favor because there's I won't get into the legalese of it. But basically if you're sued and you just ignore it. Yeah. Then they'll they can just find the person following the suits favorable. Sure. So that's what they did. And after this is after almost a year and the folks from Fort Wayne, the journalists from Fort Wayne started going up and knocking on this prosecutors door and say, well, they've been found Mr. Barry has been found guilty of kidnapping in federal court. Why aren't you doing anything? Yeah. And so he finally did press charges we had to go..

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Go to Tennessee Henry in Tennessee. My man Henry, how are you doing today? Good henry. How are you? Hey, listen, spectacular rant. I worked. Ten days cardiologists, but I'm also listening to you. And couldn't let radio to hear until you're in. What you did? So anyway, a famous exercise physiologist in Louisville Kentucky says eighty twenty rule so you put down the McCracken this morning was the twenty percent if you do well eighty seven time, you probably won't have a heart attack. I'll take that. I'll take probably won't. I'll take probably won't man. Henry. Thank you very much. Thank for resetting, the eighty twenty rule now again, again, that's a cardiologist. He's cardiologists saying eighty twenty eighty twenty if you make a choice like that twenty percent of the time. But you do the right thing. Eighty percent of the time you probably quote, probably will not have a heart attack. I'll take probably pretty good odds. Henry and Tennessee's cardiologists take like that. He's a cardiologist who quoted a doctor in Louisville who said eighty twenty eight Henry if you're a cardiologist. I'm a freaking brain surgeon. Just kidding, Hank. Cruciate the call. Again, I don't wanna make this all about Jaakko. Although I love Jaakko respect this guy so much. I could quote Jack of all day long Jaakko argument against eighty twenty. Is you may think you're eighty twenty but you're not because eighty twenty soon is seventy thirty and seventy thirty then becomes sixty forty. And then sixty forty is fifty fifty we make the wrong choice half the time. And then all of a sudden, you're twenty eighty were you make the wrong choice. Eighty percent of the time in short Jaakko saying is, you know, be mostly one hundred nothing or ninety nine one in every once in a while every once in a while, maybe you treat yourself. Don't let it happen. But I've seen Jacko's treats Choco's treats her like a little bit of whipped cream. But my man looks amazing and he's happy. He says discipline equals freedom. Jaakko? You gotta come on the podcast now, I wanna talk to you really badly. The jock was everyone's talked to Jaakko. You know, why because we want Jaakko has the jock would laugh at that. Chocolate goes, really, really you want. What I have you want? What I have didn't do what I do. I'm not that unusual. Be disciplined. He goes you want you want to kill that addiction to sugar. Don't eat sugar. The Mike in India's in. Mikey. Creme de LA creme. Mikey tweets comfort may not ambush. You put at Keith Arnold. Will. That's my point. He did. But Jaakko would say heating, ambush you. Comfort didn't ambush you. You. Ambushed yourself comfort does not ambush you Keith Arnold. Did not take that greasy sausage Sando in ram it down your throat. You did it willingly. And then I knew it was only a matter of time. In fact, I'm shocked it took this guy. This long really quickly Rome. There are always certain types of people. They wanna bring you down to their level. You've talked about this before. And when it's you against four dad bod's and an alien head. You must be stronger than ever in trying times such as the one you face this morning. You must remember all your friends to the north. We are here for you on war Fatman that wear two layers of t shirts to disguise their disgusting bodies Tyler in shred Minton. All right, Ty. I've got Jaakko in the back of my head. And I've got you and my friends to the north in the back of my head. You're right. It's an issue when it's me against four dad bod's and one alien head trying to bring me down to their level gray point. All right. We've covered that. There's a strong rant start the day. Let's get back to the NBA trade deadline when we come back. Mark Stein joins us..

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on WLAC

"Is a time for me to be outrageous, a registered generous. Fortunately, you know, my wife, and I have worked pretty hard and had successful careers, and we're debt free except your house and were everyday millionare's. So when I when the woman last during woman last, I followed her and kind of chapter on the shoulder and said, hey, overheard that conversation, I would like to pay off gentleman Bill, and she kind of looked at me quizzically. And don't ask me if I was serious. And I said, yeah, yeah, I'm serious. So they proceeded to let me pay off the gentleman Bill, and I said I wanted to remain anonymous to tell them at the end of the point man when you talk to them that their Bill taking care of and they don't have to worry about anymore. So after the appointment, we we actually I got done with my appointment at the same time as the gentleman kit. So the the woman actually took him in her office away from me. So I could check out and get out of the office. And then about a week we can half later. I. Got a envelope in the mail from the doctor, and it was a thank you card from the couple saying Hollowell appreciate appreciative. They were of their secret angel for paying off the Bill. Really meant to them. Wonderful. That's fun. I love it. I love those appointments. Yeah. You had an appointment while you're having an appointment. I like it. Very good story, sir. Well, played well played. It's fun y'all this this idea of generosity and just catching somebody off guard. Right. When they need it. That's fun Madison is in Louisville Kentucky merry Christmas, Madison. Hi, dave. How are you better than I deserve? So tell me you're giving story. So I kinda wanna practices and say with our group with a church group is what happened and degrees is full of young professional adult. So I think the highest age is maybe twenty seven this is a group effort and not just an individual efforts. So each year we go through and we sponsor a family for Christmas. Normally would that consists of it's kind of a need for each member of the family and then clothing item, infant toys for the kids. Sorry. Well this year for Christmas. We had a family that was struggling a little bit more than that. We'd had previously in the family that we were given this year actually didn't really have anything in their apartment whatsoever. Completely bone-dry. And there was nothing there. What we ended up doing? No furniture. No, nothing. Are there was nothing in the apartment. So we were given the task in. We essentially originally we just wanted to go through and to give beds and dressers for each member of the family and being told to pray about it and then to contact sponsors with announcing want to donate because we were all donating with ourselves to for the family. Well, we get a call from in our great meeting that we'd actually raise more than we had intentionally like wanted to do, and I don't know the exact dollar amount. But what we.

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Seminary up there in Louisville Kentucky, and he made a claim that Merican institutions, especially sermon seminary have a unique responsibility to black. And I wonder what is that unique responsibility. I wonder what you think what what do these whiteness or to us if anything for all four eight nine two two seven zero three number. I'm going to the. Topo kouteh. Good morning. Well, good morning. Dr Ben how're man is good. I ain't talked to you in a long time. Were you behind bre, oh here, and there and? Oh and over yonder. You ain't going underground idea. They run you off. You know, what you've been? Just just over there Matama business. But you know, what? Dr Bennett was up. See it was that the white church. The message that were disseminated from white church which calls a lot of our SS deaths and. I mean in which is still causing us harm today. So it was that message that they disseminated about us. You know stayed in that. Dot org. Dane does to be enslaved. And that this was that they were honoring what they got. They got token, they do, and I find it ironic now, I didn't catch the art the name of the article in byte there for me again article myself. All right. All right. Let me let me I'll tell you right now. The the title of article up I'm sitting here with the the thing in front of me, it was it was on the NBC news dot com. And and the article title was southern Baptist report on slavery ties and flavor ties includes no reflection on racial equality today. Southern Baptist report on slavery ties includes no reflection on racial equality to today title, but who actually came out yesterday yesterday afternoon, actually. Yeah. Because it's what it's what they have can continue to do. Because the even when when our ancestors Bill, you know city. They would come in on a seeking destroy issue and destroyed them, and then turn around and say that we were lazy. We you know, we didn't do anything. And you know, we didn't know how to do whatever, you know. And they us and pushing they need to push for reparations for us. And we need to make sure that the reparations is just for us because what happened to us. You can't equate what happened to any other group with what happened to us. This should be for black people only I and I have to make that. And I have to say that because you have some black folks who will open the door and wanna bring in all these other groups to hop. Back the pig legs and everybody else. And say that they need to be. No, no, no. Do their own thing. Bickers what happened to us? Because what happened everybody wanted? Everybody wanna take out suffrage and build their platform. But they don't want this separate to come along with their platform. You see what I'm saying? Oh, I'm wishing I wanna push on this topic Khuda. But which do you think there are some institutions in particular, you know, some some some particular groups in the white community are in this mainstream American society Mula just says American institutions that that's just cold for white. You know, that that that that because he said they have a unique responsibility. I mean, unique means special time. Which one do you think? And I and I'm really wondering is that responsibility. Just financial is it something else. What do you? What do you think? Yes. Banks insurance company mortgage company university. You get the list is so long again, I can't name them. All I I figure so the entire country. Oh. Basically the entire country has presented this image up on a global scale. So that when some people who have come here. Have said, well, I said, well, you can't believe of white folks. Tell you, you know. And so the entire country. Oh west, but that that southern Baptist convention, they need to promote reparations for black people and not include dictate include any other group. Dictating I happen to our this happened to us. This is what this is the pain that we have experienced, and we are still experiencing that pain. And I just have to stay there because you know, your some of your cousin them. Wait. Glenn everybody up here with us. And then everyone else get what they want and we end up with nothing. I hear that is so much that I that. I think about this whole thing, you know, when I think about molars claim, you know, I, you know, and personally with me, I'm also a whole lot of the late at some point about about the southern Baptist convention in the white church. I mean, and you know, because I got a whole lot to say about white supremacy. What role, you know, certain white, you know, religious organizations playing in an at now you won't talk about I got a bone to pick with somebody. That's why I got a bone to pick with you know, because a lot of these organizations what I would say these these American on the they have just proliferated all kinds of crazy stuff about black, folks. And this whole I'm trying I'm trying to keep myself calm when I talk about what they say about us and the way they portrayed us and the Bill of goods, they sold for about us, you know, and and how this mess is still going to you know, what I'm. Have to go ahead and go to the break, man. 'cause you don't get me fired me up, man. I'm trying to stay calm. But man, you just enroll my fellow. Thank you, man. Good morning to you. Have a good day. Thank you, man. Hey, I get to. I what is on the other side Tabouku that got me upset we're talking about. I just deal with on the other side news and talk radio thirteen eighty W A. Okay. The voice of the community. Yo is is bro man from the fifth flow and y'all get down with the movement with Dr. Key slaughter conscious of the community your doctor cave. You got some conscience sandwiches. Call us at four zero four eight nine two two seven three on news and talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay..

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"So I shared with you earlier on the show the story about my cousin who I grew up with and her husband and her were driving across the country from Vancouver Washington to Louisville Kentucky to start a church to plant a church out in Kentucky, and they were pursuing something that was meaningful that they felt they were being called to to use their talents to hopefully affect change and help others grow and find meaning in their lives. And unfortunately, her life was cut short in a moment's time. While they were driving through Colorado my cousin and her new husband. There was a sudden accident forty eight foot steel pipe bounding down from the above lanes. The westbound lanes that were elevated, and it came barreling down the embankment and collided with their car in a moment's notice. My cousin was gone, and we've all had these moments in life where it just becomes. So evident it just hits us where we become acutely aware of. This fact that life is short that all of our days are numbered. Nothing is guaranteed. And so we ought to be asking ourselves and one of the things we talk with our clients a lot about here keystone of trying to fulfill this mission of helping our clients live richly is if you were to pass away tomorrow or you were to find out the tomorrow was your last day. Would you look back on your life right now and feel satisfied with the life that you've lived in? If the answer to that is yes, what a blessing. But if you're like a lot of folks, and there have been times in my life where I would probably have not answered that question is. Yes. What are you doing today to change that what are the things that you're doing today to change that? And why? Why am I talking about this on a financial radio show? Well, the reason is because keystone wealth partners. We live where your life meets your money. That's our role in our clients lives is how do we help align? The things that mean most to you when they intersect with your money. How can you make thoughtful intentional decisions that are aligned with the things that matter most in your life? What are the money moves you need to make to pursue those things accomplish those things because at the end of the day money is simply a tool in our lives and the strategies of how do we reduce taxes, and how do we minimize risk or how do we get more growth there? How do we increase more income? How do we create more of a legacy? Whatever is important to you. It's important to you for a deeper underlying issue than just having more money in your account. It's a tool, and if you have an adviser right now, who's not talking to you about these sorts of things you ought to be asking yourself. What am I getting from this relationship? What? Are we doing here? Again, our mission at keystone is to help you live richly, and one of the things that we think is really important is to avoid procrastination something that we all have a difficult time. Avoiding and I wanna talk to you about the eight dreadful effects of procrastination that can really destroy your life and your money number one..

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Kid, this freshman out of Louisville Kentucky who they brought to Purdue he was dynamite. And then of course, there was just a whole bunch of sentiment as you watched that broadcast on on Saturday night. Where you just felt it was produced night for so many different reasons. And we'll discuss that with Jeff Brom. Meanwhile, for Ohio State urban Meyer's got a new a new recruiting pitch calmed me play defensive back, and you got a good shot to play for the New Orleans. Thanks because the saints just acquired ally apple in a trade from the giants during our first hour of the program that news broke wall. Jay Glazer news breaker of his own, right? Was right here on the show in our number one. And if you missed all the nuggets dropped you've got to check it out on our app apple app store. Google plane hit the link at the top of our Twitter handle. So that means now playing in the secondary for the. For the New Orleans Saints. You've got marshawn Lattimore you've got ally. Apple you've got Vaughn bell. And you've got Kirk Holman. Buckeyes straight across from all that. So that's what you got going on. They needed it in New Orleans. They needed this Minnesota. And it's interesting glazed who knows Sean Payton, very, well does not know if that's a personality fit. But there you go when you're a coach in his league. And you know, what your program is bring somebody in and say, you're either fit or we'll we'll hit the road apple a fourth and a seventy four this year seventh next year, we're still all trying to take in the fact that Amari Cooper was worth the first round draft choice despite what we saw on on the field over the last few years. I mean, just erased his ability to make big plays with the exception of one game against Kansas City last year. It just totally disappeared. And what's disappearing in Oakland is? Is the ability to be there. They're not recognizable. Derek Carr is the only one left essentially right now how about Jordy Nelson. Maybe maybe he could send up a flag right now and have Green Bay try to require him back while everyone's on the market to be sold right now. Maybe green Baker just. Get them back. Wouldn't that be a nice little gift for Rogers? He's making his way out to Los Angeles right now he could use them fit right in the offense. Right. Knows the players. Everybody's on a market right now clearly in Oakland. So Jeff Brown's gonna join us here on the program. And like I said there's there's so much to talk about with him. Chris Brockman lit up a phone line last hour saying that if he was in charge of collecting funds in an office to buy a mega millions ticket in the mega millions ticket hit he would obs- gone with the ticket. Bounce bounce.

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Guy lives in Louisville Louisville Kentucky. Twelve hours. Yes. Gets in his car. He does not t- drives from Louisville Kentucky to you. For a one hundred dollar by a pickup this break. I was like this guy must be nuts. I'm like, I'm glad you're meeting him in a nice neutral area and on hell he needs to. He's like the coolest guy. He's in his late twenties. He's so excited. He always wanted a bike like this. When he was a kid he wants to share it with his kids. They're gonna learn tricks and everything and I'm just thinking. In kentucky. And here's the other thing. Don, we'll do a video afterward. But he brought us some gingy some ginger ale. What how did he even though? I don't know. But I guess it's very popular in Kentucky called ale. Eight one. Okay. And I brought a bottle. So we are going to try it to video. Oh. Right right now. What are you gonna try video kind of visual after the show today? So coast that with my taco talk to him and get that going. But that I can't believe he must listen to the show. I, you know, she doesn't know this is a this is accidents. I guess this is a coincidence. Coincidence. Yeah. He brought you a gingy of these changes is ill eighty eight one. And I guess it's so popular there that they make you know, how we there's like frozen coke. And then there's the cherry fuzzies. She's there gingy slushy. Cindy, can you imagine Don ho. Gross.

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Gets james james back here leno call know call thanks for the phone call appreciate it seventy three days doug james that's all i got the james if you don't know doug james lewis the james was the former offensive lineman picky was from he's from louisville kentucky lives down there i know he lives in kentucky now he was a captain of the eighty four team eighty one eighty four that's what i'm going to i'm going to think that that's when he played but yeah doug jay seventy three got it that's why that's when you say seventy three that's the that's the lineman or that's the player i'm going with you got somebody else man for me it's and i'm pretty sure he was seventy three big billie dufek okay all right all american here played on my father's offensive line part of one of my favorite michigan lineages of all time because you've got you know the the elder senior who played don dufek junior billy dufek even mike dufek playing baseball here generations later there you go there you go but it is seventy three day don't russia do y'all know how i feel don't rush it it's come let these guys get summer training get it in i read an article today that this offensive line and there's my other question i love to hear a center that caesar louise who's out there saying that this offense is going to be good i know i saw a lot of people say we hear that every year but you haven't heard from these players and this coach this position coach you haven't heard from them you have a young man you have a young man who says this is gonna work then i'm going to believe him and i'm going to see seven three four eight hundred fifty let's go to manchester what up jj what's going on man hey jamie i like i like you're the last time in about ten and six i do see that unfortunately they've probably because of green bay and all the other teams in their division i just it's tough it's they're in a tough a tough thaw swing here with the change in new coach that i think they're gonna play some games that are going to be really close so i see them really a little bit better than ten sex.

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on WGTK

"If somebody asks well where would i find the breakfast cereals and you say what the do you want that for they're all kinds of discretions that employers have for disciplining or terminating employees and but what's worse is expecting the employer to come to your aid and say hey you and did you all the things as jehovah's witness growing up you know i didn't salute the flag i never had aspirations of serving in the military or doing any of those things as i left that religion i chose something different but you know what there's plenty of freedom in this country to be whatever religion you want but you must realize to be in this country it is a choice it is nothing short of choice and you might choose with painful for yourself but it's you who made the choice to well said christina thanks for it and when you say to choice to remain in this country no we're not a country nor have we ever been the bills walls to keep people in the united states that's not even the purpose of the proposed very controversial wall let's go to predrag in louisville kentucky you're on the michael medved show i'm sorry you're not there's a there's a conductor named predrag gusta that's the only other pedrick but sorry go ahead neither i'm afraid coach terrific basketball click i wanted to tell you that the national anthem beck over there in highly patriotic country was played only where the national team would play you know national team from another country talking about excessive patriotism national anthem doesn't have to be played in be high school game right i i would understand that that would be the case but of course one of the problems with yugoslavia and the reason it's not a country anymore is it blew apart we don't want that to happen in america we will be right back on the message.

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on TalkRadio 1370AM

TalkRadio 1370AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on TalkRadio 1370AM

"With us in louisville kentucky eyebrows learn how are you i'm doing great how are you dave better than i deserve sir how can i help so i'm making a big move i'm going from louisville kentucky north dakota and i'm starting school again in the past about nine months i've been working my butt off about seventy or eighty hours a week saving pretty much every penny i make from one job and living off of my other job my second job and i was just trying to find some good tips and tricks not really tricks just some some good advice is how to be successful with such a big move in such a new place why are you going to north dakota it is a sponsorship that i found for a program in diesel so they're paying me a thousand dollars a semester and first year and hundred dollars a semester for the second year and they're paying for my tools as well so it was a really attracted sponsorship so you're learning how to how to work on diesel engines in agricultural setting okay cool the program itself runs about twenty thousand dollars overall or not sorry not twenty thousand dollars a little less than that but it's you know basically what the cost is like i said i have you know they're giving me money each semester and i've also got most of my genetics because i've gone to school previously for something different decided i wanted to go a different route so we're kind of lead me and you've got the money to pay the difference obviously and eat while you're there you're going to be working while you're in this program yeah that's that's another cool part of it my first couple of months up there is actually going to be working for the dealer the sponsoring me so i'm gonna be working up there for two months making money and getting some experience in field and then going to school and then in between you in between breaks and stuff like that you you work and make some money well it's a great field to go in you you should be able to make really good living doing that it's hard work as you know but but it's it's a great tech vo tech field to go into proud of you how old are you twenty years old.

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

"Um probably tonight yes but i would i was in louisville kentucky yesterday talking to actually a bigger audience than tonight and notice respects um the i have so many confetti jobs i can do right but he because there's a lot of focus on this fabled trump base and the question is often asked what would it take to change the minds of the trump base but politicians don't lose by losing their base that's why it's called the banks are they lose because if things change because the the next way our peeled away and layer after that and so what you will i hope i'm doing is talking to now i promise the just before the election i've talked to tell us what we had a very bitter bull gathering my house and i was talking to some friends were very there one very prophetic friend who very even more pessimistic muneem saying that's it trump's going to win and i was assuring him on my wife constantly reminds me of this no no all those women in the philadelphia suburbs who own cookware with fringe words on they're going to save you and they didn't in 2016 but they they are the though the soft republicans are the people who who voted for mitt romney and had trouble with trump that that's that's where it comes way i tell the story in the book of what happened state of pennsylvania in 2016 there are two statewide elections let your one for president one for you at center.

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Dave is in louisville kentucky high dave how're you doing her crown about better than i deserve sir how can i help you i have a question uh we have me and my wife had put back for years and to a a because they five twenty nine yesterday a college fine okay and we think that we have too much money into it he more than they're going to need to go to school you how much if you've got it we have uh we have four kids will you have uh let's see we have two bitter out ef one is still in a trade school which is not that extensive and finest dealer in high school uh we have one hundred thousand dollars in there okay the oscars are not going to go is that oscar alert going is the high schooler are going to go four years well you can only guess that yes i'm going to say yes i'm about okay then you're gonna use a lot of that hundred yeah yeah like the vast majority of it probably depending on where they go to school and how much is left and trade school uh i would say dollar wise if i had to hide the gifts only about five thousand dollars okay uh yeah but what i would do sit down the top planet out and and talk to the youngest one about where we might be going to school let's talk to that school find out what it costs over there room board uh you know books tuition so forth and started kind of laying out a budget and look at the and let's look at the trade school in a little bit more detail and say this is exactly what we need for it and then you can see if you're really overfunded i don't think you're overfunded much.

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on Accused

Accused

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on Accused

"A few days later i found the right billy ray he had just been arrested in louisville kentucky on a minor charge the birthdate match the billy ray the pattern had represented all those years ago and based on his many mug shots he even looks like isaac rubs i was relieved to find him but i couldn't exactly celebrate billy ray pops in and out of jail often usually for the types of crimes associated with someone who gets himself in trouble by drinking too much i can't find a fixed address forum i tried to set up an interview with him while he was being held in jail on a two hundred dollarbond he apparently couldn't afford but he was released before i got permission i haven't been able to find him since there are two more witnesses from virgils trial worth mentioning here one is brian a cave another inmate we've talked about jailhouse informants testifying for the prosecution being unreliable but there is much less research on the reliability of convicts testifying for the defence so way this how you choose cave was in the newport jail at the same time that virgil had been held for violating parole by leaving the state he heard about virgils case and said he remembered something that he thought might be important cave had been in covington a few miles away from newport on april eleven 1987 the saturday isaac rubs was shot dead cave was there between one and one thirty pm and saw gentlemen in a pink cadillac.

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"louisville kentucky" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"louisville kentucky" Discussed on KOIL

"Let us go to darren louisville kentucky sirius satellite how are you hi how are you doing mark all right sir thank you i just want to let you know one thing i my daughter regarded adopted and they ask me off in my favour celebrity in my answer is always you you're you're very very kind i am not a celebrity but your answer isn't joe scarborough now no that only not just wanna make sure what what i was calling about is i hear i hear the oil here now back pain when our then on here for all burger and rather than be about twenty years ago twenty five years ago one of the things that they act almost every interview will you be oil and not only with it both got a good thing it would also look at a required so i i just don't get your make import law loyalty law being loyal as a very ethical thing now what the democrats and susan collins are trying to do in cnn is trying to do in the rest of the left what they're trying to do is to suggest by loyalty what trump meant is do what i say do how i say even i even saw some ex fbi agent i don't know who he is that the yanked on the cnn basically sent tell you what trump meant so the guy now is projecting he met do what i share your well if he made it why did he say and if he meant it why didn't he say it and why didn't call.

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